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Lawsuit claims Olo execs embellished restaurant count, then sold shares

CEO Noah Glass and CFO Peter Benevides, along with nine board members, are accused of misleading investors about Olo’s customer count and its deal with Subway.


Uber Eats to expand use of delivery robots

Up to 2,000 more rovers made by Serve Robotics are coming to new markets, including San Jose, Dallas and Vancouver.

Expected to debut in New York City late this year, the robotic concept can reportedly be operated with as few as three people in roughly 800-square feet.

The suit alleges that iPhone users are more likely to face higher fees than Android users for the same order. DoorDash said the claim is “blatantly false.”

A number of suppliers at this year's National Restaurant Association Show said they're using the chatbot to help restaurants screen applicants and keep them engaged once they’re hired.

And no, this account wasn’t written by an AI bot to ease two journalists’ lives.

Smart trash bins and computer vision are a couple of out-there innovations that could be making their way to restaurants soon.

As part of the multi-million-dollar-investment, the companies plan to work together on automated cleaning solutions.

Operators will be able to view how different customer segments are performing. It’s one of a few updates to Grubhub’s tools for restaurants.

The startup offers digital ordering, loyalty and marketing services to help small restaurant brands strengthen the “guest journey."

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